Scala


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Scala

(ˈskaːla)
n
(Placename) See La Scala
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Monsieur Marquet had spent the night in Paris, attending the final rehearsal, at the Scala, of a little play of which he was the unknown author, signing himself simply "Castigat Ridendo."
I am no scavenger of odds and ends," he went on, with infinite contempt in his lower lip, "I am a theatrical reporter; and this evening I shall have to give a little account of the play at the Scala."
She had left Francis Westwick at Milan, occupied in negotiating for the appearance at his theatre of the new dancer at the Scala. Not having heard to the contrary, Mrs.
No, we did not "wis zo haut can be." We wished to go to La Scala, the largest theater in the world, I think they call it.
The Scala, which is Italian for steps, slips into the Skoda range between the Fabia and Octavia.
Taking advantage of Volkswagen Group's MQB platform used across the range of brands, the Scala is essentially an all-new model, and a vast distance apart from the Rapid.
The Scala is a latter-day replacement for the Rapid, which was a massive success everywhere except here.
La Scala di Seta, Rossini's 1812 farsa comica tells the tale of Giulia who is secretly married to a friend of the man her guardian is determined she shall marry.
e Scala marks the beginning of a shift upmarket for the Czech car maker with a new look inside and out which will be adopted on all future Skoda models.
Popscreens has been rebranded as Scala China to strengthen solution visibility and brand presence in the global commercial market, positioning Scala China as a solution for interactive retail displays within the Stratacache family of marketing technology companies.
There are also plenty of Skoda's 'Simply Clever' features fitted to the Scala such as an ice scraper stowed inside the filler flap, an umbrella in the driver's door and optional automatic operation of the tailgate.
The Skoda Scala marks the beginning of a shift upmarket